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That’s the Word with the Bark on It

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A Zionsville, Indiana, man recalls that when his mother issued a warning to her kids, she would add for emphasis: “And that’s the word with the bark on it.” The bark in this case refers to rough-hewn wood that still has bark on it—in other words, it’s the pure, unadorned material. This is part of a complete episode.

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